BOSTON – Phil Mickelson chipped within a foot of the cup on the 18th hole and had a tap in to win the 2005 PGA championship at Baltusrol. At the trophy presentation was Phil‘s family, the world media, and of course David Finn. Who is David Finn? He is and always will be the greatest golf fan inContinue reading “David Finn is golf’s biggest Fan”
By Jim Hammond The rugged and rocky coast of Maine has 3, 478 miles of coastline. And as you travel along the coastal inlets you can stay in homes that once belonged to captain s of whaling ships. Picnic by a harbor and watch the ships sail into port. And just as spectacular as theContinue reading “Maine Coast is Magical”
By Jim Hammond 07/24/2021 Killington Resort’s golf course, open to the public from May 29 through October 11, was designed by Geoffrey Cornish and takes full advantage of unique mountain terrain, the par 72 stretches out to 6,186 yards with 2,000 feet elevation. KILLINGTON, Vermont – Have you been thinking about booking a “stay-and-play” golfContinue reading “Killington Golf Getaway!”
By Jim Hammond Whitinsville Golf Club, situated on rolling terrain in central Massachusetts, is a 9-hole layout that plays to a maximum 18-hole distance of 6,427 yards for a par 70 course rating of 71.2 and a slope rating of 139, was recently ranked the second-best 9-hole golf course in the world by Golf.com.Advertisement Whitinsville,Continue reading “Whitinsville Golf Club”
BIO I got my start in golf writing with a gig at a Connecticut-based golf magazine, where I interviewed Ernie Els, among others. Since then, I’ve covered tournaments for the LPGA, PGA Tour, Champions Tour and many amateur events. My work has been published in a number of magazines including Golf Boston Travel & Leisure,Continue reading “Golf and Travel with Jim”
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